Extracting effective permissions and Security Auditing for TFS

The Visual Studio ALM Rangers are pleased to announce our v1.1 release for Extracting effective permissions and Security Auditing for TFS.

This release contains a whitepaper and samples all based on a prototype to help you get started with extracting effective permissions.

Hear what some of the team members have to say about the research and a quick demo on Channel 9.
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Where is the stuff?

The Extracting effective permissions whitepaper and sample code been released publically. It has been updated to include known bug fixes, and support for the Git version control system.
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The Security auditing whitepaper and sample code is available on request only, as it may introduce performance implications and is not supported by Microsoft. Please contact us to receive a copy, for more information, or if you have a need for the security auditing findings.

Please send candid feedback!

We can’t wait to hear from you, and learn more about your experience using the sample add-in. Here are some ways to connect with us:

  • Add a comment below.
  • Ask a question on the respective CodePlex discussion forum.
  • Contact me on my blog.

Author: Willy-P. Schaub

I’m a senior program manager with the Visual Studio Team Services group. I’m responsible for the ALM Ranger program. We provide professional guidance and gap-filling solutions to the developer community for Visual Studio. Since the mid-’80s, I’ve been striving for simplicity and maintainability in software engineering. Reach me at aka.ms/vsarblog, aka.ms/willyblog, or Twitter at @wpschaub.

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